|Shauna Fry prepares for her booth of leatherwork -|
horse tack, belts, dog collars and more.
The worn floor has a new shine to it, proudly displaying its years of hard wear right down to the irreplaceable cigarette burns. An aged bathroom floor is pulled up to present a 1934 issue of the Denver Post, which will find its yellowed news-copy framed and on the wall. The aged counter wood has a new role as a fence around the cashier. Old Crouch Mercantile Exchange is a ninety-year-old crone with a new attitude.
When the public walks through the doors on opening day, November 1, it will be a return to old times. The antique cash register and scales, photos, memorabilia, and the wood stove in the sitting area will welcome them home and bid them to take a load off.
|Connie Taylor-Hunt with her own booth of handmade|
furniture, dolls and signs.
|Larry Logan is the man to have around when something|
needs to be done.